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I welcome you to the painting blog of AZ SRB Painting.
My name is Shaun Tarr and with my father John Tarr, we have written many articles on the world of professional painting that you may find interesting and informative.
We will publish new blogs on a regular basis, so come by often.
If you have questions that we have not covered in any of our blog articles, please shoot us a message and we will try and answer it if we can.
Thank you and enjoy!
First off, it is not hot as in temperature, but hot as in fast to repair a hole in drywall.
There are many problems that need to be fixed before applying a finished coat of paint on any surface. These troubling places can be found on interior surfaces as well as exterior.
If you really want to upgrade the interior of your home, and it has popcorn ceilings, then have it removed.
The airless sprayer is one of the best inventions that has come along to help painters apply a large amount of paint in a short time.
One of the big things that weathers paint on the outside of a home in Arizona, is the intense sun and heat in our desert conditions.
“Stable Platforms When Painting Up High” When the painter is working on higher elevations it is very important. Many times, we have to reach out and extend ourselves right to the limit of our capability, so we do not want to have to worry about our safety.
Exterior house you will need to Waterproof Concrete Stem Wall Before Painting. Efflorescence Crystals.
“Interior Painting Estimates are done by Square Footage” Why is that? There are so many variables to an interior painting estimate that we need to see what we are dealing with firsthand.
“How to Hire a Painting Contractor” What do painting contractors do and how does one hire them? How do you know they are good? Are they Licensed, Bonded and Insured? Important questions to be asked!
“Matching Colors for Painting has Never Been Easier” Simply position the Color Reader in your hand and then place it on the wall or color samples and it hooks up to the app on your cell phone for the color match.
“Professional Painting is in Our Blood” How the Tarr family started a residential and commercial painting business in Tempe, Arizona.
This article is about 8 different things that need to be done before painting the exterior of your home or building to make it waterproof from the elements and improve your building investment.
Paint primers, sealers, and undercoats are the foundation for any interior and exterior painting project for residential and commercial work.
Here is a great article on why you should not use an airless sprayer to apply Semi-Gloss. “Flashing” will occur if you try and touch up with a brush and it will show up like crazy.
Picking colors to paint a house is much harder than you think. Brushing on samples on the interior and exterior of your home is highly recommended but lighting conditions should be considered as well.
Cigarette smoke smell is only one type of smell that professional painters encounter and are asked if they can hide with a coat of paint. Read here on how to deal with all kinds of smells with paint.
Window Screens are forgotten objects when painting the outside of a house, but should be considered as part of the painting job for the professional painter and owner alike.
Digital marketing is what I am good at after I was a painter. I design websites and I was designing one for a drone flyer, and asked him if he would show up on a Saturday morning to video our painting crew working on an exterior of a house. This is a blog about the visit. Check it out!
What is the process to prepping out your home before painting when you have peeling paint on the wood and brick? We give you a step by step to getting it done right.
When people contact us to paint the exterior or interior of their homes, they do not realize all the different types of repair that we can do before laying down a drop of paint.